Thank you for enjoying Shakespeare Royal Oak 2016! Whether you purchased tickets to Richard III or 12th Night, had a student in our youth education programs, attended the Murder, He Wrote fundraiser, or supported us in other ways, we are most grateful. Water Works is a local independent non-profit arts organization with a rare mission: we offer affordable professional outdoor theatre close to home.
Water Works Theatre Company Auditions 2017
Auditions will be for both our main stage production, The Taming Of The Shrew, directed by Lynnae Lehfeldt and our Daylight Family Show, Shakespeare In Love and War, directed by Water Works Theatre Company’s Artistic Director Sara Catheryn Wolf.
This fall, for the first time, we are asking for your help. For sixteen summers we’ve made the magic of Shakespeare come alive – creating a high-quality affordable cultural experience for everyone in the family. This summer, even though we garnered rave reviews, the rain and heat prevented some of our patrons from enjoying the park shows. Truly, “summer’s lease hath all too short a date!”
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Award-winning director and Water Works veteran, Frannie Shepherd-Bates is Education Director for KidsAct! and Water Works Teen Ensemble. More >
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